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Politics and language: Greece vs EU

EU and Greek leaders have traded barbs during negotiations - and their words are becoming more and more personal.

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Ethiopia’s rapid growth draws mixed response

Every so often, a speaker at a conference says something provocative or simply voices an opinion that sparks discussions long after the event.

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Big lesson for Tsipras: Don’t mess with Merkel

Alexis Tsipras is flaunting the cardinal rule of political survival in Europe: Don’t displease Angela Merkel.

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SA is open for business as a smart investment
June 3 2015 at 05:31

If South Africa is not part of your long-term investment strategy your business runs the risk of being left behind. The country is open for business and offers a sound investment destination for savvy investors.

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Wall Street veteran’s tips for success
June 2 2015 at 12:27

As she nears 100, Irene Bergman has some advice for enjoying a long career on Wall Street.

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Future of banking in Africa is mobile
June 2 2015 at 04:48

Retail banking is experiencing a seismic shift in customer behaviour thanks to the digital revolution.

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A reinvigorated trade agenda necessary for all the countries
June 2 2015 at 04:34

South Africa and the other Brics (Brazil, Russia, India, China) nations need jobs, growth and greater competitiveness.

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View: Agoa in danger of slipping between the cracks
June 2 2015 at 05:05

Good ideas sometimes die not from opposition but from mere neglect. Case in point: the African Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa).

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Former envoy misses crux of poultry dispute
June 1 2015 at 05:22

It is clear that former South African ambassador Malcolm Ferguson does not understand the laws of international trade as his claim that South Africa’s use of antidumping duties to deal with the US’s dumping of ... Read Story
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Another Marikana on the horizon, what to do?
June 1 2015 at 05:11

In an article “Showdown with mining unions looms” published by Business Report on 25 May 2015, Dineo Faku reports on the upcoming wage negotiations in the mining sector.

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The people are upwardly mobile
May 31 2015 at 02:45

Mobile money solutions are showing the way and traditional banks had better take heed as inclusion of the masses is paramount, writes Victor Kgomoeswana

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Africa’s prosperity depends on co-operation
May 31 2015 at 01:19

African states must play their part in increasing the continent’s competitiveness, writes Chichi Maponya

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Only Greece can end its ‘Groundhog Day’
May 29 2015 at 12:36

If Greek officials want a happy ending to their sad economic tale, they must change their ways, says Mark Gilbert.

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